It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single millennial in possession of too much time, must be in want of a good Tumblr laugh (See what I did there?).
There are so many great P&P Tumblr’s out there (I…had…no…idear…) with the BEST names like “Pemberley State of Mind,” “The Other Austen,” and the Tumblr mainstay phrased ones like, “Fuck Yeah, Darcy and Elizabeth” and “Fuck Yeah, Pride & Prejudice.”
So sit down, imagine a wonderful, classical piece being performed on the pianoforte as you read through these gems, and without further ado I present to you Pride & Prejudice, as told by Tumblr.
If you want more P&P goodness check out this Tumblr post for a look into the Pride & Prejudice “yearbook!”
**All pictures sourced are from the respective Tumblr pages listed above!**
H.L. is a photographer and teacher hailing from the great state of Texas. She attended the University of Texas at Austin where she majored in Radio-Television-Film and focused on U.S. Latino & Latin American media studies. During this stint, H.L. worked for HerCampus Webzine, where she had her brief love affair with writing editorials and being an online photographer. After living and loving Austin, she returned to small-town Texas to teach young people…scratch that…trying to teach young people and not letting her classroom become a real life version of the “Hunger Games.” Returning felt more like coming on to the set of “Hart of Dixie,” where H.L. feels like she brings big city knowledge & fashion to this small, but sweet, town. Her other loves include sweet tea, Jane Austen anything, Paris, bicycling (complete with basket & bell), LOTR, and folk music.[divider] [/divider]
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